12/06/2018 - 15/06/2018    
Hele dagen


University of Lund
Helgonavägen 3, Lund, SE-221 00

Event Type

The aim of the ‘SDI Research and Strategies towards 2030’ Workshop is to initiate the definition of a renewed Spatial Data Infrastructure Research Agenda for ‘SDI Research and Strategies towards 2030’, incorporating both technical and non-technical perspectives and research challenges. The workshop will take place on Tuesday 12 June 2018, in Lund (Sweden).

The workshop has three objectives:
1.To provide an overview of recent and ongoing research on SDI and related topics
2.To identify gaps and challenges in SDI research and define a research agenda for future SDI research
3.To (re-) establish a research community for SDI research that promotes and enables active collaboration and engagement across multiple disciplines and regions

Call for abstracts
Researchers interested in presenting their research at the workshop are asked to submit a short abstract (between 200-400 words) of their research project. Abstracts (in English; doc/docx or pdf format) should be sent to g.vancauwenberghe@tudelft.nl by March 30, 2018.

We especially would like to encourage PhD students and young researchers to submit an abstract and present their research to the international SDI research community.

More information about the workshop, call for abstracts and the AGILE 2018 Conference website.